MALIBU —Actors Jack Wagner and Lorenzo Lamas are on any casting director’s short list when it comes to casting handsome and extremely talented leading men in movies and on television. Both have caught the eyes of millions of female fans that hang on their every word. Jack Wagner has made an international name for himself on television’s most watched show in the world “The Bold and the Beautiful,” “General Hospital” and Aaron Spelling’s “Melrose Place.” Lorenzo Lamas has starred on series TV and everyone in the 1980s knew the “Falcon Crest” star was destined to become a mega star.
Wagner is one of the most talented and popular leading men on TV and has never given a bad performance in his entire career. He’s currently blowing away viewers with awesome performances one after another as Nick Marone on “B&B.” He’s worked with some of the most talented leading ladies and currently is working with Ashley Jones, who plays Bridget on soap. Wagner doesn’t have to worry about aging, as he only grows more handsome every year. He’s an avid golfer and super dad, who can often be seen around many Hollywood spots with his kids. The man who deserves an Emmy doesn’t let not being nominated hinder his amazing performances. Jack Wagner is certainly one of Hollywood’s most bankable stars and most handsome of leading men.
Lorenzo Lamas has done it all when it comes to prime time and daytime television. However, the man who sends heart aflutter is from Hollywood royalty. The son of the late Fernando Lamas and beautiful film star Arlene Dahl is also a face that is recognized on every continent on the planet. Jane Wyman loved working with Lamas on her CBS series “Falcon Crest” and often told people he was even more handsome in person than he was on the screen.
Both Lamas and Wagner will continue working in Hollywood for as long as they wish. They are absolute Adonis material, but they both pride themselves on their craft.
Photographs Courtesy: Lorenzo Lamas by CBS Television and Jack Wagner by Gilles Toucas, Bell Phillip Television Productions
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